Author Archives: Tim Sharpe

About Tim Sharpe

Co-founder and CEO/MD of Sabisu; an intelligent and predictive analytics platform for the oil & gas industry. Google me, or my twitter handle @timjsharpe and you'll find what you want to know.

Cloud first: The path to disintermediation in a conservative market

Never say never Sabisu was designed as a hybrid-cloud solution. We wanted the ease of deployment of a SaaS solution as that would in turn allow us that degree of agility missing from many existing vendors in the manufacturing systems sector. … Continue reading

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Another little improvement to Sabisu Actions

Sabisu Actions continues to be a valuable and well-used part of the platform, so we’re continuing to make minor, continual revisions to improve usability. This week we’ve added an auto-complete feature to make life a bit easier, increase speed of … Continue reading

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Why was Sabisu not affected by the Amazon Web Services S3 outage?

It’s all about the architecture being fault tolerant by design. On February 28th, 2017, Amazon Web Services lost S3 in the US-East region, which is basically a huge datacenter in Northern Virginia. You can read their full explanation here but it … Continue reading

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When do I use Sabisu instead of my historian/DCS process viewer?

Sabisu deployments often include many operational levels; operators/technicians, shift managers, process engineers, functional heads, executive teams. A common question is how Sabisu fits alongside other operational tools, particularly those bundled with DCS or historian software. Process Control Sabisu is not a … Continue reading

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Embedding Sabisu reports into pages and applications

You can now embed Sabisu Widgets into applications outside of Sabisu. Every Sabisu widget can be embedded into any application and anyone can do it – you just need the URL or developers can embed Widgets into HTML pages using … Continue reading

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How will Sabisu fit my operational tools & processes?

At Sabisu we split the platform into two sections: decision support, which select the useful, commitment-impacting signals from all the available data execution  management, which ensures communication & execution of tasks so as to deliver the commitments Combined, these ensure you … Continue reading

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How does Sabisu fit alongside my reporting tools?

At Sabisu we split the platform into two sections; decision support, which select the useful, commitment-impacting signals from all the available data execution  management, which ensures communication & execution of tasks so as to deliver the commitments Combined, these ensure you … Continue reading

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The decision pipeline: Making decisions stick (6 of 6)

This is the sixth and final post working through the Sabisu decision pipeline. We’ve looked at Data Acquisition, Analytics, Visualisation, Distribution and Action: How many decisions are made but not tracked? How much does a decision cost or save you? Do your decisions ‘stick’ or do you … Continue reading

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The decision pipeline: Turning insight into $12m (5 of 6)

This is the fifth post working through the Sabisu decision pipeline. We’ve looked at Data Acquisition, Analytics, Visualisation and Distribution: What’s the point of gathering the data, building a story & sharing it? At some point, we want something to happen. Action happens downstream … Continue reading

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The decision pipeline: The shared experience (4 of 6)

This is the fourth post working through the Sabisu decision pipeline. We’ve looked at Data Acquisition, Analytics and Visualisation: The next step is the reason we created Sabisu; the platform pivots around this question: “How do you share that story?” That’s the question … Continue reading

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